City Directories and History: The Rock Hill Record reported on May 10, 1904 –
“Oconee Knitting Mills has been organized at Walhalla with a capital stock of $15,000. The company will erect a small brick building and will make 150 dozen pair of hose daily. Officers are; R.T. Jayes, Pres. W.A. Strother, V.P, James M. Moss, Sec. Tres., and W. John Schroeder, Supt. and General manager.
The Chicopee Mill was part of the Walhalla Mills, Inc., please see additional R&R pages for both mills and mill villages.
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